ラジオ英会話 Lesson 105 今週の Review
Lesson 101 形容詞①：前に置いて指定する
Thomas: What's that delicious smell?
Yuko: It's unagi.
Thomas: What's unagi?
Yuko: Barbecued eel.
Thomas: People eat eels?
Yuko: Yes. It's very popular but also expensive. Would you like to try it?
Thomas: How expensive is it?
Yuko: The unagi with rice set is at least double the price of a regular lunch.
Thomas: Well, today it's my treat for all your kindness.
Yuko: Oh, thanks a lot, Thomas.
Lesson 102 形容詞②：形容詞を接続詞でつなぐ
Mr. Smith: Oh, Ms. Jets.
Ms. Jets: Call me Bennie.
Mr. Smith: OK, Bennie. I'm actually listening to Mozart's Symphony No. 40.
Ms. Jets: Oh, I love that symphony. It's a sad but beautiful piece of music. That's typical of Mozart.
Mr. Smith: Sounds like you know a lot about classical music.
Ms. Jets: Well, I went to music college.
Mr. Smith: That's interesting. You don't seem like a classical music lover.
Ms. Jets: I love all kinds of music, Mr. Smith.
Lesson 103 形容詞③：形容詞を重ねて使う
Thomas: Look at that huge old building! What is it?
Yuko: It's called Akarenga Soko, or Red Brick Warehouse. The warehouse was built over 100 years ago, but now it's been transformed into a shopping complex.
Thomas: I love the way they've preserved the original architecture.
Yuko: Me too. Hey, it's almost six. Are you hungry?
Thomas: Yes, I'm starving.
Yuko: Great. How about dinner in Chinatown?
Thomas: That would be wonderful!
Lesson 104 形容詞④：形容詞を作ってみる
Hiroto: Yes, Juliet. Wow, you haven't changed at all!
Juliet: Thanks, but I've changed a lot. It's been 30 years since college.
Hiroto: So, where are you living now?
Juliet: I've lived in the western part of Canada since 1990. How about you?
Hiroto: Well, I'm still in Japan, but I have a 22-year-old son, who lives in Canada. He's a professional golfer.
Juliet: What's his name?
Hiroto: Yasuto. He lives in Calgary.
Juliet: That's where I am! Maybe I can meet him.
SAY IT IN ENGLISH! ～英語で声に出して表現してみましょう～
WORDS & PHRASES
I wonder if ～かしらと思う
be pleased 喜ぶ
not ... anymore これ以上～しない